Frontier Wellness Center

17 S Main St, East Granby, CT (860) 653-7831
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Staff

 

  
Allys Maybank, VMD
– I’ve done all kinds of medicine. Equine, large animal, small animal, exotic and fish medicine which is more cool than I ever expected. To do all that I went to the best veterinary school in the whole world, University of Pennsylvania 1984, became certified in acupuncture in 1989 by I.V.A.S, became certified in chiropractic in 1993 by A.V.C.A. and certified in aquatic animal medicine in 2005 by the Aquavet program at Woodshole, MA. Yes, I have adjusted and acupunctured fish. If you think that is amazing just imagine doing it and seeing the results. I love my profession. My most valued accomplishments? The Veterinary School Faculty’s Award for Academic Achievement and Professional Potential at graduation and galloping across Mongolia.
 


 
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Dr. Amy Matthews – completed the rigorous dual degree program at the University of Pennsylvania, through which she obtained her veterinary degree (VMD) and her PhD in Immunology, completing both in 2001. After graduation, Dr. Matthews completed a small animal medicine and surgery internship at Carolina Veterinary Specialists. She received her certificate in veterinary acupuncture from Colorado State University and her certificate in animal chiropractic from the Healing Oasis Wellness Center in Sturtevant, WI. Dr. Matthews has studied Traditional Chinese Medicine in Harbin, China, as well as with Dr. Steve Marsden through the College of Integrative Veterinary Therapy. Her additional clinical interests include cold laser, Nambudriprad’s Allergy Elimination Technique, and homeopathy. She enjoys treating exotic species, such as rabbits, guinea pigs, rats and birds, as well as treating dogs and cats. Her experiences include working with wildlife rehabilitation and externships at the Bronx Zoo and at Marine World. after practicing for several years as a staff veterinarian at the Banfield Pet Hospital in Chicago, Illinois, she relocated to Connecticut where she has devoted her work primarily to veterinary acupuncture and chiropractic care with herbal support and Western diagnostics as indicated. She lives with one boisterous standard poodle, one charming corgi cross, a tolerant cat, two beloved kids and a graciously supportive husband.
 


 
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Dr. Carla Hutt – received her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine degree from Bastyr University, Seattle WA, in 1998. She also holds a Masters Degree in Acupuncture from University of Bridgeport. She has spent many years in academia as well as private practice and thoroughly enjoys working at Frontier Wellness Center. In addition to general naturopathic treatments, she specializes in Lyme disease and energy medicine. Her favorite new toy is her Trinfinity 8!!! She is a member of ILADS, the International Lyme Disease Society and NHAND, the New Hampshire Association of Naturopathic Doctors.
   


Jennifer Kovaleski’s lifelong love of animals and science has recently brought her to join our team. She dotes on her three cats, one bunny and two young daughters at home. Jennifer is embracing holistic medicine and looks forward to meeting and helping care for your family.


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Deb Sullivan has specialized in cat and dog dental hygiene care for over 14 years.  She trained and refined her skills working in California before moving back home to CT in 2008.  Deb is a lover of all animals, receiving the “Outstanding Penguin Volunteer of the Month” during her work at Mystic Aquarium.  She has a long history of rescue work with animals large and small.  Deb currently shares her home and life with 2 cats, 2 dogs, and a mustang, all rescues…and a lot of tropical fish!  She looks forward to working with you and your pet.


 
Tony Arre spent his time after graduation teaching Martial Arts, “Tricking” (a form of Sports Martial Arts) and Gymnastics to students of all ages. Tony happened to be out of work late last year from an injury when he came to Frontier Wellness.He was with a friend to help her bring her daughters dog in for treatment. Needless to say he was very impressed by the work we do here. Tony has always preferred using a natural approach whenever possible when it comes to his own health but had never been exposed to this as far as animals go. He has always believed in the body’s ability to heal itself. After that first visit it made perfect sense to him that the same concept applied to animals. Tony has always had both cats and dogs while growing up and loves animals of all kinds. When a position opened up here at Frontier;he applied for it and is now very excited to be a part of our team. He’s looking forward to helping all of our patients and interacting with their humans as well. Outside of work Tony is very busy raising his 1 year old nephew who he adores. He currently has 2 beautiful cats that he rescued. His hobbies include Sports Karate Gymnastics.

 

DeeDee Czelazewicz is a self-motivated, and enthusiastic alternative therapy professional with a positive attitude and an insatiable love for all types of animals. DeeDee first became certified Reiki practitioner in 2007, in 2009she received her Advanced Reiki Practitioner degree from Reiki Master, Tonya L. Heartsong. DeeDee has been volunteering at Connecticut Humane Society for over 11 years. At the Humane Society DeeDee works with Dogs, Cats, Chinchillas, Rabbits, Rats, Mice, Ferrets, and Guinea pigs. DeeDee supports our staff by calming our patients and making them feel at ease. DeeDee also assists in prepairing holistic remedies for the doctors. We are blessed to have DeeDee’s healing energy as a part of our staff.

 

Nick Vince   Bio Coming Soon

 

Better health is something for which we all strive-it means living longer, better lives. Working toward better health is a daily activity

Our doctors are trained and licensed acupuncturists. Acupuncture can be used to treat a wide variety of problems.

Our clinic is equipped to provide diagnostic and therapeutic services to care for your pets’ complete health care needs.

Horses live with more stress, in smaller areas, on processed beddings eating more processed foods than ever before.